וואַרשע, פּוילן – 3 אָקטאָבער, 2017

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Professor says Jews didn’t have it so bad under German occupation; Jewish customers today prefer Mediterranean dishes to Polish-Jewish ones.Read More

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וואַרשע, פּוילן – 27 סעפטעמבער, 2017

פֿון קאָבי ווײַצנער

There is no Yiddish literature class, even none in translation, at Warsaw University; Stanislaw Aronson is proof that not all Jews were Communists.Read More

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וואַרשע, פּוילן – 19 סעפטעמבער, 2017

פֿון קאָבי ווײַצנער

Jurek – a symbol of the annihilated Polish Jews on a new website of the Virtual Shtetl.Read More

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וואַרשע, פּוילן – 13 סעפטעמבער, 2017

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The Jewish minister of business in Romania is not only rich and smart, but sexy too; young and old run together in the Maccabee run in Warsaw.Read More

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וואַרשע, פּוילן – 05 סעפטעמבער, 2017

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Muslim attack near concert by rock group Allah-Las unleashes anti-Semitic response; unfair criticism of Hashomer Hatzair.Read More

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וואַרשע, פּוילן – 29 אויגוסט, 2017

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New Hasidic center in Radomsk; films by director Alexander Ford screened at this year‘s Singer Festival.Read More

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וואַרשע, פּוילן – 22 אויגוסט, 2017

פֿון קאָבי ווײַצנער

German Reparations… for Poland?; What will become of Warsaw’s Hebrew School?Read More

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וואַרשע, פּוילן – 15 אויגוסט, 2017

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Thoughts about Jews in Poland who change their names; memorial to be built for the Jews, Roma and Sinti Gypsies who were deported to Treblinka.Read More

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וואַרשע, פּוילן – 8 אויגוסט, 2017

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Israeli soccer players after a match in Sochocin protect their friends from attackers; Mobile Auschwitz exhibit to tour 14 cities round the globe.Read More

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וואַרשע, פּוילן – 31 יולי, 2017

פֿון קאָבי ווײַצנער

Polish delegation to the Maccabiah Games wins three medals; a March of Memory commemorates the 75th anniversary of the day the annihilation of the Polish Jews began.Read More

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